Free WiFi. Ideal cottage for holiday, a quick break, romance or a quiet retreat to write or catch up on study projects. Shannon airport is 35 mins, Cliffs of Moher, Burren national park, Lough Derg, Galway all within 1hr. Historic sights, walking trails, lakes, horse riding, kayaking, traditional music, good pub food and Loudon's pale ale brewed nearby. A well equipped kitchen,spring water on tap, comfortable bed with bed linen/towels/shower gel provided and a warm romantic wood burning stove.
Druí cottage is described as rustic but a very comfortable home from home space. It is warm and quiet making it ideal for weary travelers or those who need a place to write or study and other projects.
The layout is open plan with a loft space bedroom; please take note of the rustic but securely fixed wooden ladder as seen in the photos. There is also a single bed in main room and extra pull out beds if needed.
The bathroom has shower, toilet, hand basin with soap, shower gel and towels provided. Please note that the shower is is not a power shower and is suitable only for a quick shower.
The kitchen is off the main room with spring water on tap, omplimentary tea, coffee, oil, the usual condiments, if anything is missing just ask. Organic seasonal vegetables can be bought on a stall just across the road, it works on trust and you just put the money in the box. If you are arriving late in the day with no time for a grocery shop, you can email me a list of items and I will be happy to pick up what you need.
The cottage is a welcome home after a days adventure,rekax by the wood burning stove, cook a meal of your choice or grab a take away in Tulla town or head up to Feakle village for a Guinness stew, fresh Seafood, Veggie option and sample the local pale ale.
Washing machine and dryer is available but not included in the price, again it is run on trust, you just put the money in the box by machines.
I live beside the cottage and work from home designing and making landscape inspired knit. I'm available for advice and while I respect your space, you also have the comfort of knowing that you are not totally alone on this beautiful and peaceful hillside.
During the low season this cottage is available long term for an agreed price. Do contact me for further information.
A double room is also available in my house for extra people in your party.
Guests have access to the garden and walks in the nearby East Clare way. You can also Check In any time, access to the cottage is flexible because either you will be greeted by myself or friend or given information on self Check In
Interaction with guests
I have traveled extensively so naturally I enjoy interacting with people but I also respect their privacy, coming into your space only when invited. On winter days when you are out exploring I will light the stove for a warm return but only when I am home and available. Loan travelers have the comfort of knowing that they are not entirely alone, on this peaceful hillside and when I'm away my friend and neighbour is available to help you out if needed.
When possible I enjoy spending a day out with guests or share an evening meal but mostly it is your holiday and adventure, take the day and weather as you find it!
Other things to note
Please read the Cottage manual in the cottage.
If you are arriving off a late flight with no time for a grocery shop, you can email me a list of items in advance.
There is no TV.
The washer/dryer facility is not included in your stay but for those who wish to use it there is a small fee.
There is a double room in my house for extra guests.
Smoking outdoors only.
Please communicate with me with regard to your children before you book. The loft space is strictly a no go area for children under 12 years and they must be supervised at all times.
If you choose to entertain my cats,please do not allow them on the beds.
Netflix or YouTube only on special request as they use a lot of Band width.
From Oct 16 - Dec 17, 2017 the minimum stay is 1 night.
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A born wanderer from Dublin I settled in Clare to raise my children and immerse myself in rural life and textiles. I’ve enjoyed some world travel and today I love to wander from France to Ireland and back again, walking hills and coastal paths gathering inspiration for my work and enjoying locally produced organic food, and a good read by the fire at night. I also very much enjoy welcoming people to both my homes and offering help or advice on places to visit, allowing you your space as I appreciate mine.
"Look into nature and you will understand everything" Albert Einstein